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Elon Musk gave a brilliant career advice, just 1 sentence

Elon Musk gave a brilliant career advice, just 1 sentence

Elon Musk is a wise person, he made himself and became an idol for many young inventors and startupers. At the most recent TED conferenced, Elon gave one brilliant advice how to make a career and how to stay a thinking person.

Elon Musk does a lot of things, which could boost the humanity and take it up to the new level. The work of SpaceX, Musk’s space transport company, based on the cutting-edge technologies, and requires multimillion investments.

And despite the fact that so many view it as a distraction, Musk traced back the recent steps of the U.S. space program, which he essentially described as heading in the wrong direction.  Speaking on the subject of space exploration, and why he’s invested so much time and money in

CEO SpaceX was asked many times why he is going on with the space exploration and similar projects. Elon Musk explained it simply:

‘People are mistaken when they think that technology just automatically improves. It does not automatically improve. It only improves if a lot of people work very hard to make it better, and actually it will, I think, by itself degrade, actually.

‘You look at great civilisations like Ancient Egypt, and they were able to make the pyramids, and they forgot how to do that. And then the Romans, they built these incredible aqueducts. They forgot how to do it,’

said Elon, and these his point can be easily converted into one brilliant idea:

If humanity isn’ progressing, it is regressing; so, keep moving forward.

Elon Musk

Elon Musk, his plans and tweets

In fact, this sentence will be the great advice, which can be applied o the every side of life for every person, not an only career. Elon Musk’s tweets are very popular, this guy is able to crystallise his thoughts and minds – it is a talent, no doubt.

Musk’s followers are very interested whether his new girlfriend Ms Heard is able to fully understand Elon and his great desire to make the world better?